Stylistic departure from Bloomberg's reports
The New York City Department of Finance is creating an advocate for aggrieved taxpayers.
The New York City Department of Finance has tapped a longtime city government official as a top deputy to Commissioner Jacques Jiha, who has committed to a series of reforms in the agency.
As he expands his focus on immigration, Mayor Bill de Blasio has begun a partnership with other big-city mayors to increase U.S. citizenship among immigrants and commission a study on the financial impact of citizenship programs.
The de Blasio administration awarded $105,000 to seven companies that have designed apps to do everything from track temperatures in New York City apartments to ensure landlords keep heat on in the winter, to provide jobs options with city-based mentors.
Affordable housing, corporate tax reform, job retention and the Democratic National Convention were among the subjects Mayor Bill de Blasio discussed New York City's business leaders during a private roundtable meeting Tuesday afternoon, according to a transcript of the mayor's remarks and a description of the session from an attendee.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is embarking on another overseas trip: Two months after his Italian vacation, he will travel to Manchester, England later this month for a discussion of his signature issue--income inequality.
The rank-and-file police union is renewing its push to get support for a bill to increase disability pensions.
The department plans to pay $530,000 as part of a citywide initiative